As late as 150 years ago, it is believed that Americans averaged not more than one hour of entertainment per week. Contrast that with studies that show that Americans now average about 40 hours of entertainment for that same period of time. This book explores how this mega increase in entertainment impacts the physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual life of the human race. In graphic details, the authors portray what can be the outcome of even the simplest forms of what many might consider to be "innocent" entertainment. Alternative activities are provided for those seeking relief from the addition of entertainment.